Sandals Resorts International has kicked off its Bahamas reopening with the relaunch of its Sandals Emerald Bay resort in Great Exuma, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The all-inclusive resort officially reopened this week, including the relaunch of the Greg Norman-designed Sandals Emerald Bay golf course.
Sandals Emerald Bay “is a jewel in Great Exuma and we are overjoyed with reopening this important Bahamian resort,” Sandals Resorts International Executive Chairman Adam Stewart told Caribbean Journal. “We have had a love affair with The Bahamas for 25 years and this unique resort is a haven for golfers, water enthusiasts and couples looking for the ultimate romantic seclusion.
“Guests can travel with confidence to Sandals Emerald Bay, as all our other resorts, with the respected Sandals Platinum Protocols of Cleanliness in place, in addition to our on-resort testing, conducted by certified medical professionals with guests’ convenience top of mind,” Stewart said.
The company will be reopening the other Sandals in The Bahamas, Sandals Royal Bahamian in Nassau, on March 31.
Sandals has now opened 11 of its 15 resorts in the wider Caribbean.
“When restrictions began to lift across the Caribbean, we led the way in the region’s safe reopening and are poised to continue reopening our resorts, with the wellbeing of our guests and staff as our ultimate priority,” Stewart told Caribbean Journal. “Ultimately, we remain confident and committed to stimulating the Caribbean and the communities within, as we build upon the valued trust formed after 40 years of excellence.”
The company has one other property in the country, Fowl Cay, a boutique luxury resort that reopened over the summer.
The Bahamas is open for tourism; you can find more on the country’s travel protocols here.
For more, visit Sandals Emerald Bay.